Whether we sit at a desk most of the day or run marathons without breaking a sweat, our muscles often need support to maintain health.

Thyme can invigorate the senses when directly inhaled or diffused. Thyme is known to have antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal properties.

For centuries, Thyme has been used for its remarkable natural properties. The Ancient Egyptians added Thyme to the embalming process. Thyme remedied nervous conditions and repelled insects in Ancient Greece. A symbol of courage throughout the ages, Thyme was added to the bathwater of Roman Soldiers to empower their strength.

Native to the Mediterranean region, Thyme is an evergreen plant that grows about one foot, sprouts small leaves and pink or pale lilac colored flowers. More than one hundred varieties of Thyme are scattered around the globe. The flowering tops and the leaves are steam distilled to capture the gorgeous essential oil.


Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris
Chemotype: Linalool
Origin: France
Method: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Herb
Note: Middle
Family: Lamiaceae
Blends Well With: Cardamom, and other spices; Geranium, and other florals
Aroma: Dry, sweet, herbaceous, and slightly-peppery
Consistency: Thin
Color: Clear